Competitive Program Summary

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Rage offers Competitive Soccer for players whose dedication, desire, ability and passion for the game catapult them toward developing their soccer to the highest level possible.

Most of our teams compete in Nor Cal Premier League and attend State Cup competition. Although, distinctly, ECNL (U14-U18) competes in the Elite Clubs National League, traveling to affiliated ECNL events up to 5 times a year, based on age group.  These events are often out of state. U14-U19 Premier teams compete in NPL (based on qualification). Other teams attend tournaments, in and out of state, and are projected to be competitive.

RAGE Competitive Teams
by levels and ages:

ECNL (U14-U19)
Elite (U9-U13)
Premier (U9-U19)
Orange (U9-U19)
Grey (U9-U19)

At all age groups, RAGE continues to emphasize and develop a “love of the game”, as well as development of skills needed to compete more successfully at the older ages. These players are those who have been identified as having “the right stuff” to develop into more advanced competitive players, confidently moving toward collegiate play. This division represents the highest level of commitment by both players and parents.

The financial commitment for all Competitive Players may include the following: training fee, uniform purchase, tournament fees, coach/trainer travel expenses and personal travel expenses incurred during the year, as well as team related expenses (i.e. team functions, end of year gifts…)

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